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'One of the good guys. I'm truly broken' - Former players lead tributes to Ugo Ehiogu

'One of the good guys. I'm truly broken' - Former players lead tributes to Ehiogu
By Eurosport

21/04/2017 at 08:13Updated 21/04/2017 at 09:55

Ugo Ehiogu passed away on Friday morning after suffering a cardiac arrest at Tottenham's training ground.

After Tottenham announced the news, the tributes poured in on social media from players, past and present, and clubs as well as thousands from fans.

Former Aston Villa team-mate Stan Collymore:

Former Aston Villa players Paul McGrath, Mark Bosnich and Lee Hendrie also took to Twitter:

Former England and Arsenal defender Sol Campbell:

England's official Twitter account:

Former Wales and Arsenal striker John Hartson:

Former Crystal Palace captain Geoff Thomas:

Former Blackburn and England striker Chris Sutton:

Hull City, and former Aston Villa, defender, Curtis Davies:

Former Brentford defender and current Sky Sports pundit Chris Kamara:

Newcastle, and former Aston Villa goalkeeper, Shay Given:

Former Norwich and Manchester City forward Darren Huckerby:

Former Manchester United and Sheffield United midfielder, Keith Gillespie:

Aston Villa, the team Ehiogu represented for nearly a decade, led the tributes while many Premier League clubs also expressed their incredible sadness at his tragic death and sent their support to everyone at Tottenham...